In a traditional on-premise system deployment model, client applications and services reside on the same LAN, or several interconnected LANs, and communicate with each other using domain (or trust) credentials. Once you separate between the services and clients you need to provide a unified way for clients to authenticate and use services outside of their domain boundaries.READ MORE >>
How CityShob successfully deploys and upgrades Smart City projects worldwide under COVID-19 restrictions?
Deploying a Smart and Safe City project with complex integration during the COVID-19 pandemic and the restrictions that are imposed (no flights, lockdowns, quarantine) was and still is a very challenging DevOps task.READ MORE >>
High velocity, lean development ,fast time to market… some of the reasons why we built C-React with Flutter & Firebase – The journey for selecting the technology and platform to meet the business and organizational requirements.READ MORE >>
The core concept of smart city begins with acquiring, aggregating and analyzing data from various types of sensors and sub systems. Then using all the accumulated data to present a holistic and insightful view of the city – a view that enables decision makers to make data driven decisions.READ MORE >>
In cities around the world, emergency responders and operators have a common objective: public safety. As smartphones, devices, and sensors evolve to allow for more interconnectivity, communities are becoming more resilient, allowing for earlier and improved alerts, warnings and notifications.
One such product which is improving emergency preparedness in smart cities is C-React, CityShob’s fully integrated, tablet-based, first responder application.
Technology is essential for smart cities. But, it’s easy to forget that technology is enabler rather than an end in itself. When it comes to creating a smart city, the human aspect, such as connected communities and engaged citizens, is just as vital.READ MORE >>
Smart street lights do much more than illuminate. They deliver huge savings and transform the entire way the municipality manages the city.READ MORE >>
CityShob used the HPE OneView management platform to create a smart city application that is making the Mexican city of Guadalajara safer.READ MORE >>
Ambassador Danny Danon, Israel to the United Nations, invites CityShob to participate in showcase of innovation technologies in honor of Israel's 70th anniversary.
Guest of Honor:
- Mr. Eli Cohen, Minister of Economy and Industry of the State of Israel
- Robert Kraft, American businessman and the chairman and CEO of the Kraft Group
"Authorities are investing huge sums of money in separate infrastructures with no connection between them, and the ability of decision-makers to control these infrastructures is limited," says Noam Maoz, CEO of CityShob.READ MORE >>
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CityShob presented its solutions for smart cities and strategic facilities in terms of smart operation, security, fusion of information and big-data analyticsREAD MORE >>
The initiative, in the metropolitan area of Guadalajara, is part of a new surveillance project called "Urban Shield C5"and features an operation center connected to 600 cameras throughout the city.READ MORE >>
A monitoring center has been installed together with 600 cameras scattered throughout Guadalajara's metropolitan center, forming a new surveillance project called "Urban Shield C5"READ MORE >>
The implementation of "Urban Shield C5" is advancing and features an operation center connected to 600 cameras which have been installed and distributed throughout the city.READ MORE >>
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